Ruthenium-based nitric oxide-donating and carbon monoxide-donating molecules.

@article{Pauwels2016RutheniumbasedNO,
  title={Ruthenium-based nitric oxide-donating and carbon monoxide-donating molecules.},
  author={Bart J. G. Pauwels and Charlotte Boydens and Laura Vanden Daele and Johan Van de Voorde},
  journal={The Journal of pharmacy and pharmacology},
  year={2016},
  volume={68 3},
  pages={293-304}
}
OBJECTIVES Over the past few years, the use of metallocomplexes for medical purposes has considerably grown. Because of its favourable characteristics, ruthenium has taken a significant place in this expanding field of research. Several ruthenium-containing metal compounds have been developed as delivery agents of physiological important molecules such as… CONTINUE READING